Osteoporosis is considered to be a skeletal disorder that is characterised by low bone mineral density (BMD). Unfortunately, this condition is putting the person at an increased risk of sustaining a fracture due to impaired bone strength.

Other than medical treatment by the GP and follow ups with bone density scans every 2-5 years, regular physical activity is highly recommended for bone health. However, it is very important to select your exercises appropriately, because not all exercise regimens are beneficial for the purpose of bone building.



Our Physios are highly skilled in constructing an appropriate exercise program, taking into consideration, including: Initial assessment, Your goals, Specific exercise selection, Amount of activity, and Intensity levels. All of these need to be progressed gradually to maximise the outcomes and keep you safe to avoid setbacks such as injuries, fatigue, soreness etc.